Buffalo Pointe Lodge
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So we rose & left Vegas at 6am wanting to miss the heat & break the back of roads to get to the start of our fun. So we headed east out of Vegas towards the Grand Canyon on the freeway busy even at 6am! The route afforded great views & vistas on very long roads, with heat ever increasing. We arrived at Grand Canyon West, where we walked …
... So with less time to blog we will just do an entry or two for the high lights.
The Grand Canyon was a must. Saturday 27 June we left Kingman and headed for Williams via the old Route 66 highway. The day presented a short ride and we were ready to do something else by mid afternoon. A thunder shower dampened our enthusiasm a little but we were still off to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon by 4pm (some 90 km away).
... had a love of trains I think this trip, and of course a Polar Express run is one way to re-new the childhood in each of us... to a time and place when the world wasn’t in such a hurry to get around... To relax, and enjoy the scenery and the trip to one of the wonders of the world... the “Grand Canyon”
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!
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There's a K-8th school for children in reservation. High school children usually move to Flagstaff or other town and live with relatives for higher education. Getting education (at least at higher level) isn't stressed here. We saw quite a few young children riding horses while passing the village on the way to ...
... top to get on, we noticed in very small print it was per person. Having seen it in action and how quick it was all over, we decided at $24 was a total rip off and left the queue. We perused the cowboy and Indian shops. With a couple of souvenirs purchased, to which the cashier said we got to have a go on the wheel of fortune and see what I would win. Landing on no. 3 I won a bracelet. We then strutted into a cowboy store taking a look at the leather boots, which were ...